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South Africa Import and Export Data

Profiles of South Africa Import and Export Data

South Africa Import and Export Data is also called South Africa Import Export Data, or South Africa Import and Export Trade Data, South Africa Trade Data. There are 2 kinds of South Africa Import and Export Data: South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF) and South Africa Importers and Exporters(ZAIE).

Profiles of South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF)

South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF) include HS Code, Product, Reporting Country, Partner Country, Quantity, Value, Price, Continents etc., both in English and Chinese, provided according to the first 6-digt HS Code. We provide actual live South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF) since 2000 onwards.

South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF) can be viewed and searched on the following hyperlinks:

South Africa Trade Flow Data (ZATF) Sample Search

Profiles of South Africa Importers and Exporters(ZAIE)

You will get complete details of company such as Name and address of company, complete contact details, Email Address, Contact person, etc. You may communicate with buyers (Importers) or suppliers (Exporters) directly as per your requirements.

South Africa Importers and Exporters(ZAIE) contains detailed contact information, provided according to the-first-6-digit HS Code. South Africa Importers and Exporters(ZAIE) can be viewed and searched on the following hyperlink:

South Africa Importers and Exporters(ZAIE) Sample Search

Service Process:

1) Please search the data sample according to your requirement on our website, and confirm if it is what you are interested; If yes, please send the information you require, including the-first-6- digit HS Code, periods you order, and trade type ( import, export, or import & export); It is best for you to download the order form, and please send it to us after filling in.

2) We both sides agree on price and service content; We send you invoice, and then you pay according to the payment route in the invoice; It is best for you to send the remittance copy to us via fax or email;

3) We send you past data in 1 workday, and send the last-month data at the end of every future month via email; You can also view and download the data and report automatically generated in our online system by your user ID and password.

Official Name: Republic of South Africa

Population: 48,687,000

Capital City: Pretoria (pop. 1,985,997)

Cape Town (pop. 3,497,097) is the legislative center, and Bloemfontein (pop. 369,568) is the judicial center.

Currency: Rand

Languages: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu - all (official)

Religions: Christian (68%), others

Land Area: 1,221,040 sq km (471,443 sq miles)

Land Divisions: 9 provinces including: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North-West, Northern Cape and Western Cape

In 1961 South Africa became an independent republic, but to its great discredit, the government continued its official policy of racial segregation. In 1990, after three decades of brutal racial policies and the oppression of civil rights, the South African government began dismantling their discriminative laws and democratic elections were held in 1994.

The country’s first multiracial election in 1994 was won by Nelson Mandela and African National Congress (ANC) party. Mandela retired in 1999 and Thabo Mbeki, the deputy president, won the presidency in a landslide vote.

South Africa is located at the southernmost region of Africa, with a long coastline that stretches more than 2,500 km (1,553 mi) and along two oceans (the South Atlantic and the Indian). At 1,219,912 km2 (471,011 sq mi),South Africa is the 25th-largest country in the world and is comparable in size to Colombia. Mafadi in the Drakensberg at 3,450 m (11,320 ft) is the highest peak in South Africa. Excluding the Prince Edward Islands, the country lies between latitudes 22° and 35°S, and longitudes 16° and 33°E.

The interior of South Africa is a vast, flat, and sparsely populated scrubland, the Karoo, which is drier towards the northwest along the Namib desert. In contrast, the eastern coastline is lush and well-watered, which produces a climate similar to the tropics.

To the north of Johannesburg, the altitude drops beyond the escarpment of the Highveld, and turns into the lower lying Bushveld, an area of mixed dry forest and an abundance of wildlife. East of the Highveld, beyond the eastern escarpment, the Lowveld stretches towards the Indian Ocean. It has particularly high temperatures, and is also the location of extended subtropical agriculture.

South Africa also has one possession, the small sub-Antarctic archipelago of the Prince Edward Islands, consisting of Marion Island (290 km2/110 sq mi) and Prince Edward Island (45 km2/17 sq mi) (not to be confused with the Canadian province of the same name).

South Africa has a mixed economy with a high rate of poverty and low GDP per capita. Unemployment is high and South Africa is ranked in the top 10 countries in the world for income inequality,measured by the Gini coefficient. Unlike most of the world's poor countries, South Africa does not have a thriving informal economy; according to OECD estimates, only 15 per cent of South African jobs are in the shadow economy, compared with around half in Brazil and India and nearly three-quarters in Indonesia. The OECD attributes this difference to South Africa's widespread welfare system.World Bank research shows that South Africa has one of the widest gaps between per capita GNP versus its Human Development Index ranking, with only Botswana showing a larger gap.

After 1994 government policy brought down inflation, stabilised public finances, and some foreign capital was attracted, however growth was still subpar.From 2004 onward economic growth picked up significantly; both employment and capital formation increased.

South Africa is a popular tourist destination, and a substantial amount of revenue comes from tourism.Illegal immigrants are involved in informal trading. Many immigrants to South Africa continue to live in poor conditions, and the immigration policy has become increasingly restrictive since 1994.

Principal international trading partners of South Africa—besides other African countries—include Germany, the United States, China, Japan, the United Kingdom and Spain.